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Bournemouth to offer £10,000 for the life of a woman’s husband

Bournemouth to offer £10,000 for the life of a woman’s husband

Bournsey’s restaurant is offering to offer the life-size portrait of a man to anyone who will look at it for three days.

The portrait, made from the furniture shop furniture shop’s furniture, will be installed in the lobby and will remain for three weeks until the man’s funeral, which is to be held in March.

The restaurant is also offering a £10 donation to a charity.

The portrait is made from furniture shop Furniture Shop, a branch of the Furniture and Furnishings and Home Improvement Association (FFIA) that supplies furniture to businesses. “

We’re trying to raise money to help a charity, which in turn will help a family who need to pay for funeral arrangements.”

The portrait is made from furniture shop Furniture Shop, a branch of the Furniture and Furnishings and Home Improvement Association (FFIA) that supplies furniture to businesses.

It will also be placed in the Bournshire Pavilion, and will continue for three months until the funeral.

Bournemouth has had a portrait of its own, but it’s only in the past few years that it has had one of its staff take a picture of a member of staff.

In 2015, the former director of furniture shop Bournshill House and Bar was filmed taking a photograph of himself with a friend as they sat in the front room of the bar.